Jieshu Wang is a postdoctoral research scholar at Decision Theater (DT) at Arizona State University (ASU). At DT, Jieshu conducts interdisciplinary research related to computational social science, the science of science, complex systems, and socio-technical systems. Her research focuses on emerging technologies, particularly artificial intelligence (AI) and climate change mitigation and adaptation technologies, with an emphasis on their societal impact. With previous experience as a patent examiner, Jieshu employs data-driven approaches and analyzes patents and scientific publications to shed light on how AI influences invention and innovation while promoting responsible AI development. Her research also extends to civic technologies, public services, and urban conditions, aiming to understand how technology shapes citizens' experiences and interactions within urban environments. Jieshu’s academic background spans civil engineering and economics, and she holds a MA in Communication, Culture, and Technology from Georgetown University, as well as a PhD in Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology from ASU. Jieshu is also a translator, having translated five science books from English to Chinese.
Ph.D. in Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology, Arizona State University
MA in Communication, Culture & Technology, Georgetown University
PDG in Integrated Marketing Communications, Graduate with Distinction, Institute for China Business, University of Hong Kong
Master of Engineering in Underground Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong University
Bachelor of Economics, Peking University
Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong University
17/50 Chapters include Deep Learning, Baxter: the Blue Collar Robot, Agile Robots, 3D Transistors, Magic Leap, Project Loon, Egg Stem Cells, Nanopore Sequencing, Internet of DNA, Agricultural Drones, etc.